Three years ago, Denver architect Jeff Sheppard dropped a bomb on our civic ego in a Denver Post op-ed titled, "Denver is a great city, so why the bad buildings?" He noted that while the city is "infilling" at a record pace and
Value-add properties are as in demand as ever, making the market a reliably competitive asset class for multifamily investors across Colorado. In general, a value-add opportunity represents a multifamily asset in which a new
Since its advent in 1973, the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority has been the leading organization in the investment of affordable housing and community development, with over $13.2 billion invested into Colorado’s economy.
While outsized rent hikes and affordability concerns have dominated the headlines in Denver's apartment market in recent years, our robust apartment data set reveals that the environment has become materially more favorable to
The availability of capital for most retail centers is strong, despite all the negative headlines in the media in 2017 about retailers closing stores, filing bankruptcy due to overexpanding, and declining sales from online
Upon reading his obituary in the newspaper, Mark Twain famously replied, "The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated." That's how 2017's constant headlines about the collapse of brick-and-mortar retailing
It’s no secret that commercial buildings are responsible for a large portion of the energy consumption in the state of Colorado; 18 percent according to the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. However, what may not be widely known is that 66 percent of energy consumption within commercial buildings is attributed to the mechanical and lighting systems.
The city of Denver continues to see incredible levels of investment. This year is expected to be another record year with several major development projects under construction or planned that will add to the city's growth
When golf-ball-sized hail hit Lakewood and the surrounding areas May 8, the storm shattered records as the costliest hailstorm in the state's history, with auto and home insurance claims of $1.4 billion, according to the
The retail industry is evolving, and while the growth of e-commerce has not made traditional retail obsolete, as once predicted, it has forced the entire industry to adapt to changing consumer behaviors and meet a new set